Already under intense criticism for how Hockey Canada handled multiple sexual assault allegations, past and present members of the organization’s board defended its record before a parliamentary committee, in a combative and tense hearing. As Abigail Bimman reports, they told MPs nothing needs to change with Hockey Canada, and said the organization was the victim.
Backing up earlier promises to help people recover from Fiona, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has now announced $300 million in aid. As Ross Lord reports, the relief can’t come soon enough for many people still struggling in the destructive storm’s aftermath.
Nearly a week after Hurricane Ian obliterated thousands of homes and businesses in Florida, search and rescue crews are still combing through the rubble, while survivors grapple with the toll of the devastation. Jackson Proskow looks at the dire situation.
After 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died in the custody of Iran’s “morality police” on Sept. 16, protests around the world against the regime are gaining more momentum. Amini had been arrested for allegedly wearing a hijab improperly. While past protests against Iran’s government have not resulted in change, as Heather Yourex-West reports, there’s more optimism this time.
With growing demands for more systemic change, communities across Canada marked the National Day of Action for thousands of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two-spirit people. Neetu Garcha looks at the efforts to put forgotten tragedies back in the spotlight.
And celebrated singer and songwriter Loretta Lynn, one of the most beloved country music artists in history, has died at the age of 90. Eric Sorensen looks at Lynn’s humble but challenging beginnings, and the heartfelt tributes honouring her award-winning, trailblazing career spanning more than 50 years.